Some places go halfway on their retro or throwback way of doing things, and other places go all in. Red Stag Supperclub in NE Minneapolis is one of those all in places. With a twist.
If you’re from this area, you may have memories of heading ‘up north’ to enjoy cabin time at ‘the lake.’ And while there, you may have put on your better vacation clothes and meandered with mom and dad to one of the nearby supperclubs that were outposts in lake country.
Red Stag Supperclub brings that atmosphere to Nordeast Minneapolis. Wood beams and brick walls. A hefty bar. Cozy seating and surroundings.
And a craft beer, cocktail and kitchen menu that few can rival. And oh, don’t forgot the Friday Night Fish Fry!
Here are several of the ‘twists’ mentioned. Red Stag is the first LEED-CI (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design-Commercial Interiors) certified restaurant in the State of Minnesota.
And as they consistently work hard to be a good local and world citizen, Red Stag Supperclub serves local and organic foods as much as possible, conserves resources and composts waste, and is always on the lookout for ways to make their business better. It’s a bright outlook that infuses genuineness in everything they do.
509 1st Ave. NE
Minneapolis, MN 55413
Monday through Wednesday 11am-1am
Tuesday through Friday 11am-2am
**Be sure to visit Red Stag’s sibling venues in the metro: Barbette, Book Club, Bryant Lake Bowl, Pat’s Tap, the bird and Tiny Diner – all Craftapped Partner Venues!**